Local Councils Say No To Vehicle Idling

Local Councils Say No To Vehicle Idling

Ards and North Down Borough Council, together with Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council (LCCC), has launched an initiative with local primary schools to stop engine idling outside schools across the

Anti-Bullying Week 2019 Empowering Young People – ‘Change Starts With Us’

Anti-Bullying Week 2019 Empowering Young People – ‘Change Starts With Us’

Schools and youth organisations across Northern Ireland are being urged to empower young people by embracing the theme of Anti-Bullying Week 2019 – ‘Change Starts With Us’. Over the course

World’s largest youth film festival set to break records in NI

World’s largest youth film festival set to break records in NI

Two thirds of tickets for this year’s Into Film Festival – the world’s largest free film extravaganza for young people – have already been snapped up in what looks like

Lloyd Sweeps his way to Judo and Hockey Success

Lloyd Sweeps his way to Judo and Hockey Success

Congratulations to Grosvenor Grammar School pupil Lloyd Andrews who has excelled in the fields of both judo and hockey. In judo, Lloyd has reached the dizzy heights of being selected

Young people have their say on mental health issues on World Mental Health Day

Young people have their say on mental health issues on World Mental Health Day

 More than 70 young people in integrated education across Northern Ireland had their say on mental health issues at a conference at Drumlins Integrated Primary School, Ballynahinch, yesterday, Thursday 10

Top NI chefs back Mount Charles Big School Cook Off Competition

Top NI chefs back Mount Charles Big School Cook Off Competition

The annual Mount Charles Big School Cook Off Competition, in association with SuperValu, launched today with top chefs in NI including Ian Orr, Noel McMeel, Niall McKenna, Danni Barry, Andy

Spectacular Spooky Special Effects for Students

Spectacular Spooky Special Effects for Students

Year 10 pupils at Ashfield Girls’ High School, East Belfast participated in a gruesome special effects masterclass this week in conjunction with Cinemagic and special effects make-up expert, Connie McGrath.

Matthew Vincent – Representative Hockey Recognition

Congratulations to Grosvenor Grammar School hockey player Matthew Vincent, Year Fourteen, who recently represented the Ulster Under 18 XI in a series of four interprovincial matches against Leinster and Munster,

NI primary schools invited to take part in huge science event

NI primary schools invited to take part in huge science event

ESB Science Blast returns for fourth Belfast event in 2020 One of the biggest science events on the island of Ireland is returning to ICC Belfast (Waterfront Hall) on June

“Order!, Order!” Mr Speaker John Bercow visits Grosvenor Grammar School

“Order!, Order!” Mr Speaker John Bercow visits Grosvenor Grammar School

On Friday 7th June Grosvenor Grammar School was delighted to welcome John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, who took time out of his busy schedule to visit